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David Wickham interviews a cross section of black people about life in South Africa and their perceptions of change in the state.

David Wickham interviews a cross section of black people about life in South Africa and their perceptions of change in the state, especially regarding government measures to ease apartheid.The contributors are a domestic servant who lives with a white family and only sees her own children once a month, a teacher, an activist, a businessman, a councillor and an actor who uses drama to satirise apartheid.

First shown: 9:25pm 21 Oct 1985
Available for over a year Why? Duration 41 mins